Piper Finkelson Staff Writer Henrico County has cancelled mid-term exams for the sixth year in a row. This school year, the administration decided to change the timing for testing. Instead of having January exams, they were scheduled for December 11th through the 14th. Every student was hoping for the annual exam blizzard, and their … Continue reading Midterm Exams: Cancelled. Read what Freeman has to say about it.
Salaar Khan Staff Writer We are approaching a pivotal point in American history. Weeks ago, the American people delivered an undeniable victory for the Democratic Party in the House of Representatives. During the recent 2018 midterms, Democrats picked up almost forty seats in the House, sealing a significant majority for them in the lower … Continue reading Op-Ed: Nancy Pelosi
Laney VanLenten News Editor On November 3, 2018, Ariana Grande dropped the song of the century. “Thank u, next” is a musical masterpiece, topping the charts immediately after its surprise release. Surrounded by tabloid commentary on her relationship with now ex-fiancee Pete Davidson, the song seemed surprisingly meaningful despite the short time-frame it was … Continue reading Thank u, next
Kate Yarbrough Opinions Editor Freeman freshmen are in for a surprise come October 31. Unlike other schools, Freeman High School is marked by our spirited participation on Halloween. This year, to name just a few costumes, giant Tetris blocks towered in the halls, seniors dressed as senior citizens (complete with walkers), and cops made sure … Continue reading Freshman’s Favorite Senior Halloween Costumes from 10/31/2018
Juliana McKean Centerspread Editor Game: Papa's Scooperia Rating: ⭐⭐⭐⭐ Connoisseurs of the Papa’s Games were delighted this year to open Coolmath and find a new game awaiting their attention AFTER SCHOOL: Papa’s Scooperia. The newest installment of the classic Papa’s games, Scooperia offers users a chance to serve a trendy dessert consisting of cookies, a scoop … Continue reading “Papa’s Scooperia” Review
Greer Peacock Sports Editor Tips for Underclassmen: Always do all your homework the night before it is due. It is too stressful to save work to do the day of. Make your own Quizlets/note cards/study sheets instead of using someone else's. You will retain the information better and you'll create a great habit of doing … Continue reading What I’ve Learned Along the Way – Helpful Advice for Students
Grace Powers A & E Editor Restaurant: Kona Grill Price: $$ Rating: ⭐⭐⭐⭐ Though people normally associate sushi with cheap Kroger rolls or a fancy hibachi feast, Kona Grill provides a middle ground for a sit-down sushi meal. Located in West Broad Village, this restaurant serves a varied cuisine from salads to steaks and—of course—sushi. There … Continue reading Calling All Sushi Lovers